Cincinnati OH -- Area postal worker and weekend sign painter Peter McIntosh, 64, died just after retiring from the postal service.
Pete was loved by neighbors and often made quick signs while customers waited. He made professional signs as well. He always put apostrophes in both plurals and possessives. "The people might miss them so I put them in," he always explained.
He would often not charge a fee, just point to the tip jar. The money all went to take care of "injured animal's at the shelter's" as he explained. His last dog died, but a sign remains at the apartment complex where he lived. The funeral will be Tuesday at the the Trump funeral home.